|Eddie Fisher 45 Homeboy Part 1 YODI FUNK VINYL SCARCE|
Eddie Fisher 45 Homeboy Part 1 YODI FUNK VINYL SCARCE
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|Coke Time with Eddie Fisher (9/29/1954)|
An episode of the classic 50's musical TV series "Coke Time with Eddie Fisher", complete with original commercials. The show ran from 1953 to 1957 and featured Eddie Fisher singing popular hits of the day. Songs in this episode are: "Anytime", "Bring Back the Thrill", "Downhearted", "Tell Me Why", and "I Need You Know".
Keywords: Eddie Fisher; Classic TV; 50's TV; Music; Coke Time
Downloads: 5,379 (4 reviews)
|Elizabeth Taylor, Jennie Grossinger, & Eddie Fisher at Grossinger's|
Elizabeth Taylor, Jennie Grossinger, & Eddie Fisher at The Grossinger's Resort in Liberty NY.
Keywords: Elizabeth Taylor; Eddie Fisher; Jennie Grossinger; Grossinger's; Liberty NY; Catskills; Borscht Belt
|The Spider Webb Interview......|
The Jake Feinberg Show
Keywords: Chuck Rainey; King Curtis; Detroit; Eddie Fisher; Third Cup; Harry Belafonte; Sivuca; World Music; Talent; Love; Surrender; Devotion
|''The Colgate Comedy Hour'' - 19 September 1954|
An episode of "The Colgate Comedy Hour", with host Eddie Fisher, and the following guests: comedy-music group The Vagabonds, singer Peggy Lee, ballet dancers Maria Tallchief & Frederic Franklin, violinist Mischa Elman, singer & trumpet player Louis Armstrong, and boxer Rocky Marciano.
Keywords: Classic TV; Variety Show; Variety Series; Peggy Lee; Louis Armstrong; Eddie Fisher; The Colgate Comedy Hour; Colgate Comedy Hour
Downloads: 1,603 (2 reviews)
|Coke Time with Eddie Fisher - 5th of November 1954|
An episode of NBC-TV's "Coke Time with Eddie Fisher". Eddie didn't have much time to learn the first song, so he forgets the words on live TV. The rest of the episode is much better of course. Eddie's Guest star in this episode is a young Florence Henderson (Carol Brady on "The Brady Bunch"), Here she sings the song "I Have to Tell You" from the smash hit broadway play "Fanny". Also features original Coca-Cola commercials.
Keywords: Florence Henderson; Music; Musical; 1954; 50s; 1950s; 50's; 1950's; Classic TV; Television; Eddie Fisher; WTF; Masterpoxen; Brilliant; Masterpiece; Coca-Cola
Downloads: 1,534 (2 reviews)
|''Coke Time with Eddie Fisher'' - 20th January 1955 Episode with Winter Theme|
An episode of "Coke Time with Eddie Fisher", a television series that aired on NBC during the 1950s. The show is presented here with original Coca-Cola commercials and a short PSA. Pop-crooner Eddie Fisher sings the following songs: "Let It Snow, Let It Snow, Let It Snow", "Make Yourself Comfortable"", "The Loveliest Night of the Year", and, rather ironically, "(I'm Always Hearing) Wedding Bells".
Keywords: Classic TV; 50s; 50's; 1950s; 1950's; Fifties; TV; Television; Classic Television; Music; Music TV; Music Television; Eddie Fisher; Coca-Cola; Coke
Downloads: 1,284 (2 reviews)
|Coke Time with Eddie Fisher in 3D - DLM Movies - www.dlm-movies.com|
Video 1: An episode of "Coke Time with Eddie Fisher", a television series that aired on NBC during the 1950s. The show is presented here with original Coca-Cola commercials and a short PSA. Pop-crooner Eddie Fisher sings the following songs: "Let It Snow, Let It Snow, Let It Snow", "Make Yourself Comfortable"", "The Loveliest Night of the Year", and, rather ironically, "(I'm Always Hearing) Wedding Bells".
Keywords: Classic TV; 50s; 50's; 1950s; 1950's; Fifties; TV; Television; Classic Television; Music; Music TV; Music Television; Eddie Fisher; Coca-Cola; Coke; 3D; DLM Movies
|Entertainment 1948 - 1953 Movie Soundtracks, The Record Hits, Film Scores, The Shows, Radio Shows, Newscast. - Phil Binstead|
This is No 8 of 13 Entertainment files. Between 1948 and 1953 there were many hit shows Kiss Me Kate, South Pacific, Call Me Madam and movies Carousel, Samson And Delilah, the cinema went widescreen showing The Robe, Annie Get Your Gun, The Great Caruso and Singing In The Rain to name but a few. Princess Elizabeth became Queen Elizabeth II in 1953, the coronation was televised as well as on radio, that sent sales of televisions in Great Britain way up and the cinema ticket sales began a steep de...
Keywords: Mario Lanza; Tony Martin; Betty Hutton; Kathryn Grayson; Judy Garland; Danny Kaye; Eddie Fisher; Marilyn Monroe; Jane Russell; Mario Lanza; Carousel; Annie Get Your Gun; Hans Christian Anderson; While I Live; The Robe; South Pacific; Kiss Me Kate; Sunset Boulevard; Jimmy Durante; Sophie Tucker; Fred Astaire; Ethel Merman; Dick Haymes; Lena Horne; Gene Kelly; Donald O'Connor; Debbie Reynolds
|Episode of the Classic 50's TV series "Coke Time"|
Rare episode of the 1950s TV show "Coke Time", which starred pop-crooner Eddie Fisher. Each episode featured him performing popular songs of the time, and usually featured a broadway star singing a song (This episode features short performance by Diahann Carroll). And yes, It also features commercials for Coca-Cola! The show aired live, and was recorded via kinescope.
Keywords: Coke Time; Coca-Cola; Classic Commercials; Eddie Fisher; Musical Television; Diahann Carroll; Classic TV; Classic Television; 50's TV; 1950's Television; Fifties Television; 50's Commercial; 50's Commercials; 1950's; 1953; Fifties, 50s, 1950s, Fifties, Classic Television
Downloads: 9,296 (5 reviews)
|Entertainment 1953 - 59 The Hit Records, Film Soundtracks and Radio Ads - Phil Binstead|
This is No 9 of 13 Entertainment files. The years 1953 - 1959 had new singers who had huge hits Elvis Presley, Doris Day, Jerry Lee Lewis, The Platters, Kay Starr who sang with Glenn Miller for a short time had a million seller with Rock n Roll Waltz. The movies went widescreen, 3D, spectacularly into Cinerama and Todd-A-O, Kiss Me Kate, South Pacific, Silk Stockings, Robin Hood (Richard Todd Version), The Glenn Miller Story, Carmen Jones...
Keywords: Elvis Presley; Howard Keel; Kathryn Grayson; Eddie Fisher; Judy Garland; Jerry Lee Lewis; The Platters; Vic Damone; The Maguire Sisters; Mario Lanza; Kay Starr; South Pacific; Kiss Me Kate; Robin Hood; The Glenn Miller Story; The Five Pennies; Eddie Cantor; The Everly Brothers; Frank Sinatra; Frankie Vaughn; Doris Day